He’s a devil for detail, and fine design turns him on. He takes care of his body, respects nature, grows his own vegetables, and catches his own fish. Traveling hours and miles for business is preferable than giving up his sanctuary on the idyllic island of Antiparos.
Yet when it comes to his work, perfection is not the goal. Instead, he looks for the error, the accident,
the fluke that will give his eye a reason to frame it into a picture, and celebrate its humanity.
Each image is at once an investigation of a moment’s grace and beauty, and a an exultation of its perfect imperfections.
5 Unpublished images by photographer Stratis
Are we who we think we are, or who others perceive us to be?
Humans are whole worlds unto themselves, in graceful orbit around each other, so similar and yet so distinct.
The creative process offers the chance to bridge the gap between our similarities and our differences.
Each of these images conveys a secret the subject has never revealed.
More profound than nudity, the women bare their deepest thoughts to the camera, and to us.
From trauma to insecurity, to momentous life decisions, these women embraced their infinite variety and their I’M-PERFECTION,
and on the way each learned to love what made them who they are. Unique. Just like everyone else.